You can lay our Gypsol TS-20 at just 20mm deep. This screed is a free-flowing and self-compacting screed.



Because of its particular formulation, you can lay our TS-15 screed either bonded or unbonded over a polythene slip membrane. You can use the product in both commercial and domestic construction projects. Our customers use this screed to produce a smooth, flat and level floor to form the sub-base for subsequent floor coverings for internal floors. Constructions where you typically find these screeds are houses, apartment schemes, schools, hospitals, offices and shops.

Our customers are specially trained Screeders that use specialised equipment to place the screed. Using our Gypsol TS-20 offers you a very cost-effective method of levelling an existing floor slab. Notably, because the product has very high strength and high resistance to cracking. As all other Gypsol screeds TS-20 is a highly environmentally friendly alternative to cement-based screeds. You can, therefore, use this as a heat transfer medium for thin section underfloor heating systems, whether electric or warm water.


Gypsol TS-20; a multi-purpose screeding solution


Our company manufactures Gypsol TS-20 to exacting standards in quality-assured Readymix facilities throughout the UK. Also, we have the product available in specific locations from volumetric on-site mixing systems. Because we make the screed from high-quality Gypsol anhydrite binder, specially selected sands and clean water, it offers the user a simple and effective ultra-thin floor screeding solution. You can use this solution for both un-bonded or fully bonded applications where you want to use a subsequent floor covering.



Using Gypsol TS-20 will benefit your screed floor because of:

  • Rapid application
  • Vast coverage (50m2 per m3)
  • Thin Screed sections (20mm un-bonded, 20mm bonded)
  • Fast drying (drying rate more than 1mm per day*)

*Independently tested and based on fixed depth at 20˚C and 60% RH. In case you require this, we have full test data available

  • No reinforcement nor fibres required
  • No curing agents required
  • Low Carbon Footprint (just 26.26kg per tonne of material manufactured saving up to 94% CO2 compared to cement-based screed)
  • Rapid return to service of work areas (foot traffic after just 48 hours, full loading after only seven days)
  • Assured high strength (minimum Ca-C30– F5)
  • Reduced requirement for Movement Joints (max 20m length, max aspect ratio 6:1)